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redalertfan

Q Button WayPoint Attack

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I have question regarding using the Q button attack trick. I attack a unit, then hold Q button, then click around the enemy unit so your own tanks move. The question is do I need to hold the Q button during the attack click on the enemy unit, or this is only required afterwards?

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Q sets way points for the unit.
By telling your unit to attack first, you let it choose a target, and then use Q to make your tanks follow a set of positioning commands, while still locking their turret onto the chosen target.

 

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2 hours ago, AchromicWhite said:

Q sets way points for the unit.
By telling your unit to attack first, you let it choose a target, and then use Q to make your tanks follow a set of positioning commands, while still locking their turret onto the chosen target.

 

What if you hold Q and then tell your unit to attack, then still holding Q set your waypoints. Does it make a difference?

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It shouldn't, since it's a move command. If you keep holding Q and attack another target though, that will scrap all previous waypoints you made, unless I remember wrong.

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48 minutes ago, cn2mc said:

It shouldn't, since it's a move command. If you keep holding Q and attack another target though, that will scrap all previous waypoints you made, unless I remember wrong.

Thanks I think you are right. Thanks for the help

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